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Chinese Media: Bridge of the Diaspora

UpFront Radio, Audio, Odette Keeley Posted: Jun 10, 2008

Editor's Note: Odette Keeley presents a round-up of views from the ethnic media. This week: three of the country's major Chinese-language media not only provide comprehesive coverage of the Sichuan earthquake via print and online news, they also spearheaded and organized disaster relief funds to help their fellow-Chinese in need. Florence Tso, deputy general manager of Sing Tao Daily [San Francisco] says they were flooded with calls and letters from their readers asking them for a way to help the victims; Peter Ho, World Journals PR manager [San Francisco] says the newspaper's leadership of a cross-media and inter-organization disaster relief fund continues the newspaper's long tradition of being a vehicle for Chinese Americans to help victims of disasters; and Likcon Lam, Ming Pao Dailys editor-in-chief[San Francisco] was very moved by the passion to help from some of their youngest donors.

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